sábado, 7 de junio de 2014

01 | Windows To Go: The Basics - Windows 8.1 To Go - MVA - Microsoft Virtual Academy - Módulo 1 de 2



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01 | Windows To Go: The Basics

1. For Windows 8.1 the Windows Store is enabled by default allowing users to roam, install apps, and retain those apps using the Windows To Go USB drive.
Do I need to install special drivers for every computer I use with Windows To Go?
 
Yes
**No


2. Can you view or access the internal computer drive from Windows To Go?
 
Yes
**No


3. For Windows 8, the Windows Store was disabled for Windows To Go, has that changed for Windows 8.1?
 
**Yes
No


4. Windows To Go supports Bitlocker encryption using password protection, but because of its roaming capabilities does not support TPM
Are remote access features such as DirectAccess and Windows VPN supported by Windows To Go?
 
**Yes
No


5. 64-bit Windows To Go image boot on a 64-bit UEFI computer.
If I accidently remove my Windows To Go USB from my computer, will I lose the entire session?
 
Yes
**No



Otros

1. Using SANS polices, no internal drives can be mounted or used. However, other external drive sources (such as another USB drive) can be accessed from the computer using Windows To Go. Can you use Windows To Go to roam from multiple different computer hardware and operating systems without reconfiguring the Windows to Go USB drive each time?
    
**Yes
No


2. Windows To Go supports BIOS and UEFI booting from the same Windows To Go USB. Can a 64-bit Windows To Go image boot on a 32-bit UEFI computer?
    
Yes
**No


3. Which of the following user scenarios best suites Windows To Go for the enterprise
    
Contractor/vendors
Software test cases
Shared work places (for example, 24 hour call centers)
Running windows 8.1 on legacy hardware, such as Windows XP
**All of the above


Fuente: "Roberto Cocozza"






2 comentarios:

  1. Windows To Go supports BIOS and UEFI booting from the same Windows To Go USB.
    Can a 64-bit Windows To Go image boot on a 32-bit UEFI computer?
    Yes
    **No


    Which of the following user scenarios best suits Windows To Go for the enterprise

    Contractor/vendors
    Software test cases
    Shared work places (for example, 24 hour call centers)
    Running windows 8.1 on legacy hardware, such as Windows XP
    **All of the above

    Generally speaking, Windows 8.1 comes reinstalled with many OEM drivers so a majority of drivers are already stored for most hardware. Certified driver for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 are also available from Windows Update. Once Windows To Go is configured for a specific computer, all subsequent startups will load the necessary drivers quickly.
    Do I need different Windows To Go USB driver for BIOS and UEFI computers?

    Yes
    **No

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    1. Hola Victor Contreras, gracias por la visita y el aporte de tus conocimientos!!
      Éxitos!! Hasta cualquier momento!

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